Julien is currently onsite working on a large RFP ;). When he comes back he will be able to fix this. Can I ask you to put this in sourceforge.net? so we keep track of the bugs? I think there are other people involved in the development of nukes already and I would recommend expanding the team at this point :)
No problem, will do, after making this change I noticed it brought to light a few more changes as well. I tested it through the whole cycle of clicks, and it works for both seabreeze and invaders now.
I checked over at Sourceforge, but I may not have permissions to add bug reports to the bug tracker, or maybe I just didn't click on the right thing.
do you have a patch for this? if not, can you create one?
you need to be logged in (i believe) to post bugs at sourceforge. just click the "bugs" link, and at the top there should be an option to submit a new bug.
I got logged in and put up the bug at the following link:
The bug number is 894640.
I attached a zip file to that report that contains the fixed source code. I would appreciate someone verifying that this code fixes things for them as well before closing this bug.
ok - cool - i'll take a look at it.
i've taken a look and everything looks pretty good - i'm going to take one more pass and then check it in.
did you add a method to the CoreModule called listBlocks? i kept getting errors over that method not being available and the file was not available in your zip.
in any case, just as an fyi, the Page class has a method called getBlocks that will return the block list to you.
p.s good job! keep it up :)